Historical Photographs of China album reference: Hv43. Islam in China.
General note: Excerpt from unpublished photo essay, plate 11: "A Tunghsiang Hui Hui or East Country Moslem. He and his kind live in finger-like valleys along the road between Kaolan [Lanzhou] and Linsia (Hochow), Kansu [Linxia, Gansu]. These people, it is believed, are descendants of the Mongols and who still use their own language in the back blocks of the valley."
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